Online Lynch Mobs Target Expats in Singapore (SCMP)
Call them protectors of citizens or online vigilantes but you better not mess with them in Singapore – especially if you are a foreigner.
Some locals have taken to showcasing the ugly side of foreigners on the island, against a backdrop of rising xenophobia with a small but growing number of discontented citizens blaming foreigners for their daily woes – from a lack of good jobs to adding stress to existing infrastructure like public transport and housing.
See the whole article (As online lynch mob targets expats, Singapore concerned about reputation) in the South China Morning Post.
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